An Ohio couple has a house full of babies now after delivering sextuplets. Mia and Rozonno McGhee had their four boys and two girls named Isaac, Josiah, Elijah, Rozonno, Madison and Olivia on June 9th at the Osu Medical Center.
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This is their first time coming home since they were born, but not before the staff at the hospital gave them a going home party.
The family arrived in a limo for their going home party and they were the center of attention.
Together they all weighed just nine and a half pounds at birth. “They’re healthy. Every last one of them,” Rozonno said.
“They’re doing very well. They’re eating and sleeping and want to be changed. But they’re doing good,” Mia said.
The McGhee babies are the first set of sextuplets born in Columbus and they had Osu doctors and nurses at their beck and call.
“Our concerns early on of course were what everyone’s were…respiratory status, fluids…how well their digestive system was working,” said Monica Terez, medical center nurse.
Going through 48 bottles a day, about three hundred diapers a week and more formula than they can think about, the McGhees have receive help around the clock from church family.
You can take monetary donations to any Chase Bank location. The trust fund is called “The McGhee Trust Fund”" account. It is also found under the mother and fathers names Rozonno and Mia McGhee. Non monetary donations can be sent to IMPACT Attn: Tracy Taylor 700 Bryden Road, Columbus OH 43205.
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